Saturday , November 18 2017
homelessness

27 Ways to Help Homelessness in Liverpool

No matter where you go in the UK, homelessness is apparent. Experts warn it is an issue that’s on the rise, with recent government statistics reporting that 3,569 people are sleeping rough on any one night in England. This is a significant rise of 30% from 2014-15, and double the …

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Evacuation of Liverpool Children

16 Historic Liverpool Moments Captured on Camera

Liverpool has a rich and varied history – yet so many landmark moments have failed to be captured on film. We have therefore chosen to look at many moments that have been caught on camera, which have gone on to define the city’s culture and history. 1. RMS Lusitania’s Maiden Voyage source: www.seaviewcruises.co.uk …

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Katie-Walsh

An Interview with Grand National Jockey Katie Walsh

Katie Walsh is one of the UK’s leading female jockeys, attaining a very successful career in horse-racing. Winning the Irish Grand National last year with Thunder and Roses, Katie became the third ever female jockey to win the fixture, following her brother, Ruby Walsh’s award-winning footsteps. Back in 2012, she snatched …

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Peter Kay Dance for Life

8 Fun Things to Do in Liverpool This Easter

Ah, the Easter Bank Holiday weekend. The first bank holiday since New Year’s is almost upon us, and heralds two weeks’ worth of school-free time for children across the UK – a fact that could induce moments of panic, over how to keep the kids amused, in even the most …

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Peter Serafinowicz

10 People You Didn’t Know are from Liverpool

Liverpool has more than its fair share of famous alumni. We are leading exporters of popular entertainers and talented footballers – and everyone has heard of John Lennon, Cilla Black and Wayne Rooney. Much of our musical and artistic reputation can be traced to the 60s, when visiting US poet …

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Irish Pioneers Who Shaped Liverpool

Everyone knows Liverpool has deep rooted connections to Ireland. Since the Irish Rebellion in 1798 and the Great Famine in the 1840’s, Irish men and women have been migrating to the Merseyside city. Nowadays, the influx of Irish people coming to Liverpool is primarily in the form of University students …

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scouse

10 Scouse Influences Across the World

  Whether we’re a red or a blue, us Liverpudlians all have one thing we can all agree on… we are all extremely proud of the city we come from. Clearly, the love for Liverpool doesn’t stop when you get over the Mersey as we were named the European Capital …

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